Celebrate St. Pat's with A Little Bit of Ireland at Robinson Theatre
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The last date listed for A Little Bit of Ireland was Saturday March 12, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Stephanie S.
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This event was essentially an Irish variety show--there was plenty of singing, some dancing, even a comedian who all performed at a high caliber.
It could be said that it was "corny" and was alot of blarney--stuff that I enjoy, but it might be a little much for some folk.
The theatre is a bit difficult to find - MapQuest was not of much help
Now in its second decade! Enjoy one of the largest Irish shows in New England.
A Little Bit of Ireland features a pinch of Irish tenors, a wee touch of Riverdance, a peek at Irish cottage life, a rousing Irish pub visit, the lilt of laughter with a master Irish comic, the grand rhythms of Irish step dancing and the ever insistent charms of Irish bands.
Hundreds of bewitching Irish songs fill the air on St. Patrick’s weekend when everyone is Irish! It’s Reagle’s heartfelt homage to an Emerald Isle - and it’s all a little bit of heaven.
The event features a chorus of forty singers, including soloist Sarah Pfisterer from Broadway's Phantom of the Opera and Showboat, local favorite Rusty Russell - soloist, Liam Harney and the Harney Academy Dancers, The Massachusetts Harp Ensemble, and the Hal Roach-styled humor of Jerry Walker.